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SHARIF M, Chavoshian S. A Comparative Study of Female Resistance to Male Dominance in the Poems of Alamtaj Qaem Maqami and Constance de Salm. CLRJ 2021; 9 (1) :81-104
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-49085-en.html
1- Foreign Languages, Faculty of Literature and Humanities, Kharazmi University, Tehran, IRAN , maryam.sharif@khu.ac.ir
2- Department of French Language, Faculty of Literature, Alzahra University, Tehran, IRAN
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of patriarchal and gender systems on women's demands in different cultures. The question is whether the mechanism of these systems works in the same way in different societies and leads to the same results? What are the commonalities or differences between women's demands for civil and political equality with men in different cultures? In this regard, based on a broad reading of the feminist theory, according to Bourdieuchr's theory of male domination and within the requirements of comparative literature, the writings of two women writers from two cultures, Iranian (Alamataj Ghaem Maqami) and French (Constance de Salm), were selected. A thematic study of their works and ideas in two societies in transition (Constitutional Revolution in Iran and the French Revolution of 1789) shows that male domination, regardless of other cultural characteristics, leads to the same demands to eliminate discrimination against women in the family, education as well as politics.
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